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Tired of sleep issues destroying your life? Have you had enough? Do you ever spend hours in bed awake unable to fall asleep, or wake up in the middle of the night, or wake up in the morning just feeling awful? How would it feel like if you could put these issues in the past, get the rest you deserve, and stop sabotaging your life due to horrible sleep? If these issues so Tired of sleep issues destroying your life? Have you had enough? Do you ever spend hours in bed awake unable to fall asleep, or wake up in the middle of the night, or wake up in the morning just feeling awful? How would it feel like if you could put these issues in the past, get the rest you deserve, and stop sabotaging your life due to horrible sleep? If these issues sound familiar to you, then you need to read "Hack Sleep" as soon as possible. Over nine months of research on how to "hack sleep" and testing different tools and techniques on myself - from diet to hypnosis - I'm presenting everything I've discovered in this guide, for which I studied over 200 references. I wanted to create the guide that I myself would want: practical, actionable, but grounded in hard scientific evidence. Listen, if you’ve ever struggled with recurring sleep issues - I don’t need to explain to you what it feels like or drag you through that sort of agony. I know what that hell is like - having been a frequent insomniac for most of my adult life. In fact, it turns out I’m not alone - 66% of adult Americans report difficulty sleeping three or more nights a week. The pressures of modern life are taking their toll - and we are losing this battle. Sleep is such a complex process and a difficult thing to fix or figure out. Thankfully, that’s why I wrote this book. Among other things, you’ll learn: - How to naturally boost melatonin production by 266% - How to fall asleep faster - How to improve memory recall and early morning productivity - An exercise to improve focus and tame the “monkey mind” - How to optimize energy levels and always feel refreshed - Powerful self-hypnosis techniques to fall asleep created by reclusive Central American shamans - Self-massage techniques for relaxation and rest practiced by Indonesia’s balyan mapons But don’t take my word for it. Turns out some others have read the book and also believe it’s really good: "A well-researched crash course on sleep and its secrets. Scientific, concise and full of useful facts and anecdotes... ‘Hack Sleep’ lives up to its name." -Rebecca Turner, Founder, World of Lucid Dreaming I KNEW that if I didn’t change my lifestyle dramatically and cure my sleep struggles that it would cause me serious health problems. It was already creating havoc for me - mentally, physically, emotionally, making it difficult to get through the day. Sleep is the one thing that we all do, our entire lives. We spent four months out of every year (one-third of our life) asleep. When we sleep well, it improves all areas of our life. Think about it... what would you be wiling to spend to leave sleepless nights... and days spent plodding along in a zombie state behind you - for good? $20? $50? $500? To take your life back - by fixing your sleep - so that you can enjoy all of the best that life has to offer... that, to me, is priceless. And I want to help you make this dream (no pun intended) a reality - for less than the price of a cappuccino. I can’t promise you that after reading the book you will experience a sound night of sleep 100% of the time, 365 days out of the year. But I can promise you that you WILL experience quality sleep far more often than you do now. And you’ll be able to enjoy life more... and have more energy to pursue your goals, and do more with your life.


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Tired of sleep issues destroying your life? Have you had enough? Do you ever spend hours in bed awake unable to fall asleep, or wake up in the middle of the night, or wake up in the morning just feeling awful? How would it feel like if you could put these issues in the past, get the rest you deserve, and stop sabotaging your life due to horrible sleep? If these issues so Tired of sleep issues destroying your life? Have you had enough? Do you ever spend hours in bed awake unable to fall asleep, or wake up in the middle of the night, or wake up in the morning just feeling awful? How would it feel like if you could put these issues in the past, get the rest you deserve, and stop sabotaging your life due to horrible sleep? If these issues sound familiar to you, then you need to read "Hack Sleep" as soon as possible. Over nine months of research on how to "hack sleep" and testing different tools and techniques on myself - from diet to hypnosis - I'm presenting everything I've discovered in this guide, for which I studied over 200 references. I wanted to create the guide that I myself would want: practical, actionable, but grounded in hard scientific evidence. Listen, if you’ve ever struggled with recurring sleep issues - I don’t need to explain to you what it feels like or drag you through that sort of agony. I know what that hell is like - having been a frequent insomniac for most of my adult life. In fact, it turns out I’m not alone - 66% of adult Americans report difficulty sleeping three or more nights a week. The pressures of modern life are taking their toll - and we are losing this battle. Sleep is such a complex process and a difficult thing to fix or figure out. Thankfully, that’s why I wrote this book. Among other things, you’ll learn: - How to naturally boost melatonin production by 266% - How to fall asleep faster - How to improve memory recall and early morning productivity - An exercise to improve focus and tame the “monkey mind” - How to optimize energy levels and always feel refreshed - Powerful self-hypnosis techniques to fall asleep created by reclusive Central American shamans - Self-massage techniques for relaxation and rest practiced by Indonesia’s balyan mapons But don’t take my word for it. Turns out some others have read the book and also believe it’s really good: "A well-researched crash course on sleep and its secrets. Scientific, concise and full of useful facts and anecdotes... ‘Hack Sleep’ lives up to its name." -Rebecca Turner, Founder, World of Lucid Dreaming I KNEW that if I didn’t change my lifestyle dramatically and cure my sleep struggles that it would cause me serious health problems. It was already creating havoc for me - mentally, physically, emotionally, making it difficult to get through the day. Sleep is the one thing that we all do, our entire lives. We spent four months out of every year (one-third of our life) asleep. When we sleep well, it improves all areas of our life. Think about it... what would you be wiling to spend to leave sleepless nights... and days spent plodding along in a zombie state behind you - for good? $20? $50? $500? To take your life back - by fixing your sleep - so that you can enjoy all of the best that life has to offer... that, to me, is priceless. And I want to help you make this dream (no pun intended) a reality - for less than the price of a cappuccino. I can’t promise you that after reading the book you will experience a sound night of sleep 100% of the time, 365 days out of the year. But I can promise you that you WILL experience quality sleep far more often than you do now. And you’ll be able to enjoy life more... and have more energy to pursue your goals, and do more with your life.

30 review for Hack Sleep: How to Fall Asleep Faster, Improve Health and Memory, And Always Feel Refreshed (Hacks to Create a New Future Book 4)

  1. 5 out of 5

    Charlie

    Not nearly as useful as I was hoping.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Isabelle | Nine Tale Vixen

    Honestly, I'm not altogether sure how or why I actually finished this book. I didn't enjoy the writing (more extensive editing would've cut down on errors, but also some of the more descriptive passages could've been completely omitted) and the author didn't seem especially credible, despite the many claims of extensive research and personal experimentation. Too much of the "evidence" is anecdotal and/or seemingly copy-pasted from the literature (based on the proliferation of jargon and lack of Honestly, I'm not altogether sure how or why I actually finished this book. I didn't enjoy the writing (more extensive editing would've cut down on errors, but also some of the more descriptive passages could've been completely omitted) and the author didn't seem especially credible, despite the many claims of extensive research and personal experimentation. Too much of the "evidence" is anecdotal and/or seemingly copy-pasted from the literature (based on the proliferation of jargon and lack of elaboration), and some of it is just plain wrong, such as an assertion that antibiotics will promptly clear up a stomach virus. And even beyond the issues of citing a sample size of one (the author), apparently these sleep hacks were tried "all at once," which anyone with a basic understanding of the scientific method could tell you makes it impossible to demonstrate the efficacy of any of them. Also, in several places the second guest chapter — which is also the last chapter, setting aside the one-page conclusion/author's note — actually contradicts the author's claims: not just opinions but [alleged] facts, such as the long-term effects of supplements and OTC medications. Taken with a grain of salt, while most of these "hacks" wouldn't hurt to try, I didn't find them particularly useful. I already knew about circadian rhythms and white noise and mindfulness; I can't fit any kind of nap into my class-packed schedule and I'm not interested in forcing myself to eat pineapple every day on the off chance it'll help me fall asleep.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Patricia S Winchel

    Weird, Not Always Believeable I'm rather conservative, and I read this book because I do have trouble falling asleep even when I know I am tired. I don’t know how reliable the scientific information in the book is, but I have serious high eyebrows about the "lucid dreams" chapter. I wouldn’t consider doing the things suggested and am thinking the writer is a bit "far out." Just my personal opinion, of course! Weird, Not Always Believeable I'm rather conservative, and I read this book because I do have trouble falling asleep even when I know I am tired. I don’t know how reliable the scientific information in the book is, but I have serious high eyebrows about the "lucid dreams" chapter. I wouldn’t consider doing the things suggested and am thinking the writer is a bit "far out." Just my personal opinion, of course!

  4. 4 out of 5

    Giedrius

    Really shallow

  5. 5 out of 5

    Henk-Jan van der Klis

    Danny Flood wrote Hack Sleep for readers that suffer from insomnia or spend too many nights awake, unable to fall asleep or waking up too early in the morning. Subtitled How to Fall Asleep Faster, Sleep Better and Sleep Well, and Naturally Reverse Sleep Disorders, the 83 pages booklet shows how our circadian cycle (the almost 24 hours or body temperature, wake/sleep rhythm) can be supported with refraining from screen time, adjusting lighting, drinks and nutrition, and covering your eyes. It also Danny Flood wrote Hack Sleep for readers that suffer from insomnia or spend too many nights awake, unable to fall asleep or waking up too early in the morning. Subtitled How to Fall Asleep Faster, Sleep Better and Sleep Well, and Naturally Reverse Sleep Disorders, the 83 pages booklet shows how our circadian cycle (the almost 24 hours or body temperature, wake/sleep rhythm) can be supported with refraining from screen time, adjusting lighting, drinks and nutrition, and covering your eyes. It also addresses the so-called 90-minute ultradian cycle, the foundation for the time management Pomodoro technique, the use and abuse of drugs, practical resources ranging from mobile apps like Caffeine Zone 2 to eating bananas. Flood summarizes his findings in an accessible manner but may enter areas beyond your comfort zone when he's recommending self-hypnosis, and self-massage to fall asleep almost instantly. We sleep one-third of our lives, so let's be careful enabling it, to fully enjoy the two-third we're wide awake.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Duane

    Some very good ideas This is a pretty easy read and covers several aspects of the time that you spend sleeping (or trying to sleep). Danny Flood appears to have real experience with sleep issues, and though he (presumably) isn't a Dr, his advice seems sound. A good, easy, informative read. Some very good ideas This is a pretty easy read and covers several aspects of the time that you spend sleeping (or trying to sleep). Danny Flood appears to have real experience with sleep issues, and though he (presumably) isn't a Dr, his advice seems sound. A good, easy, informative read.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Mikey Sklar

    So helpful. Concise with lots of helpful suggestions.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Astudillo Karina

    Great book An excellent book that covers not just theorical information about the sleepong cycle but also practical tips for improving our sleep time and get better resting.

  9. 5 out of 5

    ramesh kumar s

  10. 4 out of 5

    Fares Nite

  11. 5 out of 5

    Edgar Castillo

  12. 5 out of 5

    Harry

  13. 5 out of 5

    Stephanie Heller

  14. 5 out of 5

    Arnold Aran

  15. 5 out of 5

    Gianluca

  16. 4 out of 5

    Vivek

  17. 5 out of 5

    Paden Portillo

  18. 4 out of 5

    David Couper

  19. 5 out of 5

    Brad Lakomy

  20. 4 out of 5

    Shemona Singh

  21. 5 out of 5

    Kane

  22. 4 out of 5

    Koen Deschacht

  23. 5 out of 5

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  24. 4 out of 5

    Cathy Quinn

  25. 5 out of 5

    Bob Persin

  26. 4 out of 5

    Hank Vanden Heuvel

  27. 4 out of 5

    Scwisher

  28. 4 out of 5

    Carol

  29. 4 out of 5

    Tammy Landy

  30. 4 out of 5

    Niklas Wallis

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